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    The University of Louisville baseball team is off to another great start.

    The Cardinals, who are seeking their third consecutive trip to the College World Series, are 22-7, ranked seventh in the country in five of six national polls and are in sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Atlantic Division.

    UofL, which has won 11 of its last 12 games (including Tuesday night’s 16-5 mauling of Miami (Ohio), travels to ninth-ranked Virginia this weekend for a big ACC three-game series that begins at 4 p.m. Saturday in Charlottesville, Va.

    Louisville is led by Sutton Whiting at the plate. The senior infielder, who is a graduate of Ballard High School, is hitting .382, including .438 in ACC games.

    Meanwhile sophomore outfielder Corey Ray, who is hitting .314, tops the team in home runs (four), RBIs (27) and runs scored (21).

    On the mound Dan McDonnell’s Cards are led by freshman left-hander Brendan McKay (4-0, 4 saves, 1.36 earned-run average), junior right-hander Kyle Funkhouser (3-2, 2.40 ERA) and sophomore left-hander Josh Rogers (4-1, 3.96 ERA), who is a graduate of New Albany (Ind.) High School.  

    After this weekend’s series UofL returns home to host archrival Kentucky at 6 p.m. next Wednesday night (April 8) at Jim Patterson Stadium.

    Photo courtesy University of Louisville Baseball Facebook Page

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